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The Inspect and Adapt (I&A) is a significant event, held at the end of each Program Increment (PI), where the current state of the Solution is demonstrated and evaluated by the train. Teams then reflect and identify improvement backlog items via a structured, problem-solving workshop. One statement from the Agile Manifesto summarizes how important the philosophy of continuous improvement is to the SAFe Lean-Agile approach: “At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behavior accordingly.” SAFe emphasizes the importance of this philosophy by taking it a step further and including relentless improvement as one of the four pillars of the SAFe House of Lean. While opportunities to improve can and should occur continuously (e.g., Iteration Retrospectives), applying some structure, cadence, and synchronization helps ensure that there is also time set aside to consider what can be done better across multiple teams and Agile Release Trains

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